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This Week In Tribe 9/22-28: One Last Chance

The Indians are down to their final six (plus three outs) games of the season and by some miracle of luck, have not been eliminated from play-off contention yet. Not only that, they now have their destiny in their own control, as much as is possible at this point of the season. There are three teams ahead of them trying for two Wild Card spots and the Indians are lucky enough to...
Via Burning River Baseball
14 hours ago  |  Discuss

9/21 Recap: Kluber KKKKKKKKKKKKKK’s Twinkies

Player of the Game With no surprise, Corey Kluber wins his team-leading (tied with Brantley) 17th Player of the Game of the season. Though he was not overly dominate this afternoon, giving up 7 hits and 2 earned runs, the Twin bats were no match for Kluber. He pitched 8 innings and walked only one. Kluber recorded 14 strike outs for the second start in a row. Feathers Up Four consecutive...
Via Burning River Baseball
16 hours ago  |  Discuss

Today In Tribe History: September 20, 1954

The Indians win their eleventh game in a row for the second time this season in a 7-4 victory over the Chicago White Sox at Cleveland Stadium. Bob Feller improves to 13-3 on the season after allowing three runs on eight hits in six and one-third innings. Already having clinched the AL pennant, Cleveland’s 109th win increases their league lead to a season-high nine games. Larry...
Via Did The Tribe Win Last Night?
2 days ago  |  Discuss

9/19 Recap: Francona’s Strange Decisions Cost Tribe Win

Player of the Game Michael Brantley was one of four Indians hitters with at least two hits tonight and both went for extra bases. His solo home run broke the tie in the sixth and, although the Indians added an insurance run the next inning, his home run allowed the Indians to keep the lead when the Twins scored in the bottom of the inning. Brantley also extended his hitting streak...
Via Burning River Baseball
2 days ago  |  Discuss

The Tribe is alive, but next year they will thrive (Part 1)

Fans of the Cleveland Indians are surely disappointed as the team stumbled mightily in the first two weeks of September, a month which proved so successful for them in last season’s torrid sprint to the playoffs. While the Tribe is still mathematically alive, their failure to take advantage of tremendous starting pitching has cost them a great opportunity to make the playoffs in...
Via Indians Baseball Insider
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Fantasy Baseball: Weekend pitching overview

Just 10 days remaining in baseball’s regular season and fantasy baseball leagues are coming down to the wire. At this point, all leagues should be in either the semi-final or the championship round. With so little time remaining to alter the course of their game, fantasy owners are in high gear, trying to pick up players with hot streaks or favorable matchups in store. Although...
Via isportsweb.com
3 days ago  |  Discuss

2015′s breakout team: the Cleveland Indians

For whatever reason, Cleveland seems to be the place to be for late 20’s breakouts from starting pitchers. Cliff Lee set the tone for the Indians a few years back, and this year, Corey Kluber and Carlos Carrasco have followed in his footsteps. It is unfortunate for the Indians that Carrasco’s dominance, along with Danny Salazar’s resurgence, occurred so late in the season....
Via Bloguin Best
3 days ago  |  Discuss

“C” is for “Cookie”, Good Enough for Me

8:11 PM – I was about to suggest that if the Indians hadn’t given up on this season, neither should we. After all, I was just reminded of a recap I wrote last year that prematurely declared the Indians’ playoff hopes dead.  Anything can happen when you’ve got a team fighting for its life, and no one should know that better than we, especially after the 10-game winning streak...
Via Waiting For Next Year
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Lee Needs to Use Remainder of Season to Iron Out Speed Bumps

This Indians season has been, without a doubt, a rollercoaster for fans. Cleveland started the season ready to finish the business the team approached last season, and have been treated to a 2014 of highs and lows, with the team at times asserting themselves into the thick of the playoff chase, while simultaneously falling short when it matters most. The season has also been one...
Via Did The Tribe Win Last Night?
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Three under the radar offseason targets for the Indians

My last column on the idea of the Indians acquiring Adrian Beltre generated a lot of talk. When I glanced among the comments I noticed a lot of people were hesitant to move a prospect the level of Clint Frazier. To get something you have to give up something, and to me Beltre is an ideal fit so parting with Frazier is worth it. The only downside with him is salary and age. But...
Via Indians Baseball Insider
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Tribe Happenings: There is a lot of blame to pass around

Some news, notes and thoughts from my Indians notebook… So who is to blame? The Indians went into Detroit this past weekend and were swept out of the Motor City. They played hard and were setup to win two games late, but due to the timely heroics once again from Tigers hitters they lost both games in excruciating fashion. The hangover from that sweep carried over into Monday night’s...
Via Indians Baseball Insider
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Can Corey Kluber win the AL Cy Young?

Having the luxury of watching Corey Kluber pitch on a weekly basis has been one of the few fortunate occurrences of the 2014 MLB season. Kluber has endeared himself to Cleveland on the mound (where he’s been nearly unhittable) and off of it where he spearheads memes about teammates (Scott Atchison is so old…). And while Kluber has shown Cy Young qualities throughout the season...
Via Waiting For Next Year
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Indians reliever C.C. Lee pranked with cup-on-the-hat (Video)

Cleveland Indians reliever C.C. Lee fell victim to the cup-on-the-hat prank during the opening moments of Monday night's game in Houston.Lee stood at the front railing of the dugout with no clue that a Powerade cup had been secured to the top of his cap with bubble gum. Lee finally figured it out as he walked out to the bullpen with the other relievers in the bottom of the first...
Via Holdout Sports
6 days ago  |  Discuss

A frustrated Jason Kipnis went off on an Indians fan on Twitter

On Saturday night, the Cleveland Indians lost a heartbreaker against the Detroit Tigers, falling 5-4 after a two-run homer in the eighth inning. Frustrated with losing another tough game to a division rival, an Indians fan tagged second baseman Jason Kipnis in an angry tweet. Kipnis didn’t just let it roll off his shoulders. @TomHorsman Pardon my language but you're a ****...
Via Awful Announcing
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Jason Kipnis curses out Indians fan who calls team ‘pathetic’

The Cleveland Indians were swept by the Detroit Tigers over the weekend in a crucial three-game series that may have spoiled their chances to win the AL Central. The Indians are now 6.5 games out of first in the division and 5 behind in the wild card race. One fan traveled to Detroit for Saturday’s […]
Via Larry Brown Sports
7 days ago  |  Discuss
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